Belonging -- Community -- Thriving

We envision a campus environment where all members of our community can thrive. Our Campus Climate Incident Reporting and Response Protocol is part of our University’s efforts to empower a positive learning and working community. Through this protocol, we want to cultivate an institution where we both support those who have experienced harm and grow understanding and enable productive engagement across difference.

Report an Incident Campus Climate Resources FAQ

Seattle University is committed to providing an inclusive and nondiscriminatory campus community. Seattle University recognizes that diversity is a matter of institutional policy and is an integral component of inclusive academic excellence. Our community is enriched by the diversity and inclusion of all our students, faculty, and staff. We promote an affirming and inclusive community for all to learn, work, and live together in alignment with our University’s Jesuit and Catholic mission and values. 

In furtherance with these commitments, the University has adopted a Campus Climate Incident Reporting & Response Protocol. This protocol is an expression of our Ignatian value of cura personalis – care and concern for the development and thriving of the whole person.

The Campus Climate Incident Reporting and Response Team concluded their report for the 2022-2023 Academic Year: Campus Climate Reporting & Response End-of-Year Report, 2022-2023.

If you have seen, heard, or experienced a harmful incident on the basis of one or more of your or another individual’s actual or perceived identities, you may report that incident. Any member of the University community can make a report. 

Learn more about the Campus Climate Incident Reporting & Response Protocol; watch a recorded open forum session.


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Process Flow - Campus Climate Incident Reporting and Response Protocol

Please see the FAQ: "What is the process after a person reports a Campus Climate Incident?" for more information about actions the Campus Climate Incident Response Team may take.



Campus Climate Policy Open Forums

Join us at one of two open forums to learn more about the Campus Climate Protocol